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Day Trips from Dubrovnik

Day Trips from Dubrovnik

Whether you’re visiting Dubrovnik for just a few days or longer, you will probably like to include a day trip to some of the great places in the surrounding area.

Due to its geographical location, Dubrovnik is a very good place from which to explore South Dalmatia, Peljesac and its islands, Bosnia and Montenegro.

Below is a selection of, in my opinion, the most interesting day trips from Dubrovnik.

Some of them are organized by local travel agents and guides, while you can do others in your own time, using public transport service or hire a car.

If you are interested in booking any of the organized trips, you can do it here, online, via our partner site Viator.com – see below:

Selection of most interesting day trips from Dubrovnik:

Day trip to Peljesac

Pelješac peninsula is actually very close to Dubrovnik. It takes just an hour’s drive from there to reach Ston, in my opinion, one of the best places to visit on Peljesac. There you can eat the fresh seafood, mussels and oysters, walk along with town’s medieval walls, visit local salt harvesting production and have a swim in Mali Ston or Broce bay..read more

Island of Korcula Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Visiting Korčula island and its Old Town for a day trip from Dubrovnik is actually doable although the time is going to be somehow tight but nevertheless still possible. From €54,00 – Duration: 10 hours, Departs from Dubrovnik – Korcula Town is the main attraction of this trip – a medieval walled city positioned on an oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac Channel, grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fishbone…  More info ›

Mostar Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is not too far from Mostar. A day trip is pretty easy to organize and in my opinion, Mostar is actually one of the essential places to visit in the area. You will see historical Old Town with its Old Bridge (Stari Most), mosque and Bazar as well as old craft shops. Trying traditional Turkish lunch at a local restaurant can also be included… More info › + getting to Mostar

Day trip from Dubrovnik to Mljet National Park

If you spend more than a couple of days around Dubrovnik Old Town try not to miss the opportunity to visit Mljet National Park on Mljet Island  – More info ›

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Day trip from Dubrovnik to Elafiti Islands

If you are visiting Dubrovnik for more than a couple of days it is a good idea to spend a day away from the town and take a ferry to Elafiti Archipelago as it is an attractive and largely unspoiled collection of islands that are within easy reach of Dubrovnik  – More info ›

Day Trip to Hvar Island

How to do a successful day trip to Hvar using public transport, ferries, buses, private tours, or self-driving… More info ›

Sea Kayaking along the Dubrovnik coast

Sea Kayaking in Dubrovnik is a fantastic way to spend a day in the town – a combination of sightseeing and kayaking around the Old Town – More info ›

Popular routes: Split to Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik to Split, Hvar to Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik to Hvar

Day trip to Lokrum island

Lokrum is conveniently located on a short ferry ride from Dubrovnik Old Town, so day trips to the island are very popular among locals as well as – More info ›

Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik

From €52,00  – Duration: 12 hours, Departs from Dubrovnik – Montenegro’s beautiful landscapes, exceptional natural beauty and rich history and culture (Kotor and Cetinje) is only the one-hour drive from Dubrovnik …  More info ›

Sea Kayaking Tour from Dubrovnik

From €46,00 – Duration: 4 hours, Departs from Dubrovnik – Spend your morning paddling through the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea in near surrounding of Dubrovnik Town Walls and beaches – this is a great summertime outdoor activity that also includes snorkeling …  More info ›

Taste of Dalmatia Day Trip from Dubrovnik

From €44,00 – Duration: 6 hours, Departs from Dubrovnik – Discover small villages in Southern Dalmatia, including Orasac and its olive oil production and Ston, a popular place to try oysters grown in its own bays  …  More info ›

Video Playlist:

Here is a compilation list of videos from various day trip options in the near vicinity of the town.

Old schooner passing near Dubrovnik

Above photo: Old schooner passing near Dubrovnik

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